All investments held within the Freetrade SIPP must be purchased via, and held under ‘Invest by Freetrade’, which currently offers US and UK stocks, ETFs and investment trusts.
Freetrade offer two investment service accounts:
The standard Freetrade account which provides a wide choice of the above investments.
The Freetrade Plus account, for which there is a monthly subscription, which extends the range of investment further and provides additional add on benefits.
You can choose to invest in anything available through the ‘Invest by Freetrade’ service via the Freetrade mobile app, subject to whether you have selected the standard Freetrade account or Freetrade Plus account.
The investment decisions are yours but you can refer to investment guidance provided by Freetrade to help you determine what investments may be suitable for you. Please note that the guidance provided on suitable investments does not constitute advice and you are responsible for selecting the investment appropriate for you.
NYSE and NASDAQ-listed stocks, ranging from Big Tech like Apple, Amazon and Facebook to household names in consumer goods and emerging industries like renewable energy.
With our free plan, you can invest in:
MSCI US Prime Market (the 750 largest listed companies in the US)
IPOs, SPACs, and other highly requested large cap stocks
With Freetrade Plus, you get all stocks in the free plan as well as:
The S&P SmallCap 600
London Stock Exchange-listed companies, including companies like Vodafone, Tesco, Greggs, Boohoo and hundreds more.
The free plan will include all stocks in:
FTSE AIM 100
Freetrade Plus includes all of the above along with:
FTSE AIM All-Share
Exchange-traded funds spanning industries and exchanges across the world, from providers like Vanguard, iShares and Invesco, for our free plan members. If you want the widest possible selection of ETFs then you can select our Plus subscription which includes all free plan ETFs as well as all other London-listed ETFs.
Our free plan also includes index funds such as the S&P 500, FTSE 100, FTSE Japan and EURO STOXX 50, as well as sector-specific ETFs such as clean energy, health and water.
Version Date: October 2020